If you major in the HDFS General Option, you’ll explore development across the lifespan within the contexts of families, schools, work and society. This unique program provides current knowledge, practical skills and opportunities for hands-on learning to help you excel in fields dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families.
This option is ideal if you’re interested in education, social work, allied health sciences or other helping professions. It combines well with a minor or a second major in liberal studies, allied health professions, psychology, public health, sociology, Spanish, women’s studies, and gender and sexuality studies.
Use the general catalog to view courses offered in the program.
Use an option sheet to track your progress in completing course requirements.
Degree maps are guides to give students an idea of which classes they may take and when. These samples are intended for information purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor to create a personalized degree plan.
Schedule an academic advising appointment.